Tim Eng is a Licensed Acupuncturist (Massachusetts and Oregon) and Chinese Medicine Practitioner with particular expertise in sport, work and orthopedic-related injuries. He will help you to release, rebuild, and renew your way to health by stimulating your natural healing abilities through acupuncture, exercise prescription, massage and time-honored holistic medicine. He will help you to manage pain, stress and anxiety and alleviate many other symptoms in the process.

Tim's education and experience in sports and workplace science, pulse diagnosis, constitutional diagnosis, postural analysis and palpation techniques enables him to conduct effective, concise treatments. Tim holds a Master's in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, a Master's in Exercise Science from the University of Massachusetts and is a certified Sports Medicine Acupuncturist®. His diagnostic and treatment methods are informed by 9 years of experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine, advanced acupuncture and sports medicine diagnostic techniques as well as 11 years as a biomechanics researcher evaluating the performance of Nike's athletic footwear and equipment.

Tim can also provide needle-less treatment options which include:

  • Microcurrent Point Stimulation
  • Static and dynamic postural assessments with corrective exercises
  • Chinese Massage (Tuina)
  • Guasha
  • Cupping
  • Kinesiology taping
  • Ready-made and custom Chinese herbal formulas and
  • Lifestyle and dietary consultations.

Tim is nationally board certified as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine). He served on the Oregon Department of Human Service’s Pain Management Commission helping pain patients by influencing public policy and legislation for 6 years until his recent relocation to the Boston area. When he’s not working, Tim practices tai chi chuan, bicycles, snowboards, and plays golf.

Tim will provide a free, no-obligation consultation to assess your ailments and give you an appreciation as to how adding acupuncture and Chinese Medicine techniques to your treatment plan will help you heal and recover physically and holistically.